Thursday, June 27, 2019

Trinity stamps celebrate one year!





Hello and welcome to my stop! I hope you have gotten a lot of inspiration so far. I trust that you have seeing as you just came from the very talented Daniel West. But since this is a birthday celebration there's no such thing as too much inspiration! I feel so honored to be part of the celebration of Trinity Stamps' one year anniversary!

When I saw the stamp called Sweet Surprise, I knew right away that I wanted to test out a technique that I have been thinking of. I stamped out the big muffin and then I created a mask for it. After that, I used deco foils, transfer gel. When it had dried I put transfer sheets, from thermoweb called Rainbow Shattered Glass, on top of it and then ran it through my laminator. The result was exactly as I had hoped. I am going to use this technique many more times in the future! If it was a bit difficult to keep up with this description, I have made a video on YouTube where you can see exactly step by step how I did this. Your next stop is the wonderful Emily who always inspires me to create!







Before you move on to Emily I want to tell you that you have the chance to win prizes and that if you shop directly from the Trinity Stamps website you will be able to get various free presses depending on how much you shop for. You can find all the info below:

** GIVEAWAY DETAILS: One reader will be randomly selected to receive a $20 Trinity Gift Card and Birthday Surprise Gift. Leave a comment on all the blog stops for a chance to win!






38 comments:

  1. The foil frosting is soooo cool! Great colors and card design!

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  2. OMG - LOVE this super shiny card - looks delicious:)

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    1. Thanks so much! That was what I was looking for!

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  3. The foil is wonderful!!! Love the card!

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  4. Ooh I love this card! So sweet and pleasant! :)

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    1. Thank you! It makes me happy You liked it! :D

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  5. The foil just sets this cupcake off. I like that you used a multi-colored foil also.

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  6. That's one yummy cupcake! And a great card.

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    1. Thank you! <3 I love cupcakes and that was the way to make them Justice ;)!

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  7. Nice card. Love the foiling!

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  8. Beautiful card! I just received my transfer gel and I'm waiting for my spatulas. Love the color of this foil.

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  9. The foil looks
    amazing on the
    cupcake! Fabulous
    idea and technic.
    Carla from Utah

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  10. Your card is so pretty, love the foil frosting. Thanks for sharing your process video, I enjoyed it.

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    1. Thanks so much! It makes me happy that you took the time to watch my movie!<3

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  11. Sweet cupcake and I like the background and techniques you used.

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  12. Ooh this is awesome! I love the background and the yummy cake! :)

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  13. Amazing card. I love the foiled icing -- beautiful.

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  14. What a great idea to use foil for the frosting! Love that card

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  15. Thats a great way to incorporate foiling to a stamp! Never seen it before but I will be giving it a go! It was fabulous!

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  16. I like the sparkly frosting on the cupcake! :)

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